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  • Date contains "1894"

January 6, 1894

A detailed list of the celebration of the Emancipation Proclamation in Richmond.

January 6, 1894

Gov. McKinney pardons a white man who murdered a black man and never served a sentence.

January 6, 1894

A cautious analysis and endorsement of Gov. O’Ferrall’s inauguration address.

January 6, 1894

Gov. Philip W. McKinney pardons a “Negro” man after he served a long prison term for allegations of adultery with a white woman.

January 20, 1894

A condemnation of the unjust a trial of a lynched man

January 20, 1894

The City Council approves a bond to build an armory for the “colored” troops of Richmond.

January 20, 1894

The Richmond Dispatch confesses electoral fraud in Virginia.

January 20, 1894

The federal government’s budget under Cleveland’s Administration is in crisis.

January 20, 1894

A group of white men voice their opinions regarding the lynchings in Virginia.

January 27, 1894

The story of a renewed movement for “Negroes” to return to Africa
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